Tuesday, May 26, 2009
Towards the end of November, Rembrandt’s Entertainment Centre briefly reopened its doors to the public. Instead of a floor show, an affordable buffet meal or a debutante’s ball, the drawcard was a newly abandoned restaurant concealing art installations. On display were site-specific installations created by nine Melbourne artists and architectural firms in response to questions of community, civic centre and the place Rembrandt’s held in the cultural memory of Melbourne’s eastern suburbs. The exhibition was part of an ongoing RMIT research project investigating suburban development in the City of Knox.
We have written a review for Architecture Australia. Click here for entire article and pictures.